posted on Sep, 20 2014 @ 01:00 PM
I have a problem with the ACLU map that shows all of Michigan, and parts of Wisconsin and Illinois in this constitution free zone. Technically, Lake
Michigan is the only Great Lake completely within the U.S. borders and it's much farther from our international border with Canada than 100 miles.
Maybe they consider Lake Michigan international waters? I bet they would have a problem with the Chinese and Russian navy doing exercises in any of
the Great Lakes, much less Lake Michigan.
Just go to Google maps and check the distance from the Canadian border. Basically, in the southern lower peninsula, if you are west of 127, and north
bound 69, then your rights should still be safe. Then starting with Midland and going north to I-75, west of there should be safe. Now cut across from
Roscommon to Kalkaska and most of that northern tip of the lower is inside the 100 mile constitution free zone. Most of the eastern U.P. west to about
41, and all of the Kewinaw peninsula is also in the constitution free zone.
I wonder about 100 miles from Indian reservations, if that is included considering they are more or less foreign countries within our borders. That
would cover most of the western states.
Does anyone know why Lake Michigan is considered inside this 100 mile border zone? The ACLU wasn't too helpful in this respect.
I'll be posting this in every thread with this topic. Thanks for any replies in advance.